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Unified presentation for local websites

LOCAL ASSOCIATION websites have been redesigned to promote the image of a more unified and consistant ICE.

The sixteen UK websites have been given a uniformed makeover using the newly established blue and red ICE house colours.

A holistic approach has been taken in the redesign, with the same basic layout used for all the local associations, making the sites easier to navigate.

The new sites have been designed to make it easier for the user to get information. The following sections may be accessed from the home page:

About us - overview of what the association is doing Meetings - programme of events being organised in the area News - from the local region including news flashes and updates Branches - details on local branches within the association Committees - details of local committees Forum - a section designed for users to start discussions on topics concerning the local area and association - 'a chat chamber' Links - useful connections to other sites Member resources - further events in the area, for example news from a local university that runs civil engineering courses, or details of national awards and how to get involved Contact Us - contact details for main committee members The front page for the UK's LA websites can be found at and from there the relevant local association can be selected by clicking on the map.

Alternatively, individual websites may be found directly via www., for example uk.


To receive information about any of the Local Associations, contact the local associations officer at One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Tel (020) 7665 2159, fax (020) 7222 1403, or e-mail

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